Snow can be all of that.Although I haven't seen much of the stuff around here this year. Not being selfish, I'll let Crisfield enjoy it.
It took awhile to get through your post because I had to go downstairs and get a sweater in the middle of looking at it. The jumping kid is great -- reminds me of that Life Magazine photographer whose name I forget who took pictures of celebrities jumping. What was his name? That's going to bug me all day.
Philippe Halsman? B & B is that who you were thinking of? Hi Patty! so you guys are getting all of our snow this winter. we have just a dusting on the ground but very very cold!! brisk and brittle out!!
Deightful snow scenes. we are not able to get out and about yet - stay at home highly recommended by local authorities.
Kids and snow, when I was in Canada in 1975, my first winter, I lived next door to a primary school. While I was feeling brrr! inside, the kids were outside playing. Just like your two photos.
Our homes are similar. I love your screened-in side porches!http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2695/4040001479_4741048677_o.jpg
I couldn't agree with you more. I love all the changes in weather. I learned to love them because I lived in Hawaii for 3.5 years with NO WEATHER CHANGES ... 85 and sunny everyday! As beautiful as Hawaii is ... it because SUCH a bore because of the unchanging weather! I can appreciate it ALL now.
One more thing ... your house is beautiful! And it would also look great with a red door! :) I love the red door thing LOL.
Patty,you DO have such an eye.wonderful. :-)...ero
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